Turbocharge Your Website: The Impact of Site Speed on Digital Success

Page load time is at the forefront of many web design conversations because page speed is critical to get right.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.choice.marketing/webdesign/site-speed

Slow loading websites can harm user experience, user engagement and SEO rankings. So, its important that speed optimisation should be a priority for mobile and desktop optimisations in your checklist to reap successful digital marketing campaigns.

Site speed is an essential factor in determining the success of a website in the digital world. The speed at which a website loads can significantly impact its performance and overall user experience.

Slow-loading websites can be frustrating for users, leading to a poor experience. This can cause them to leave the site and look for alternatives, which can result in a high bounce rate. A website that loads quickly, on the other hand, can enhance the user experience, keeping visitors engaged and interested.

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Of course :slight_smile: Thanks. Do you have any personal stories or interesting experiences with sites you’ve been trying to speed up? Or what is your favourite speedy stack?

Site speed is a crucial factor in the success of a website in the digital world. To reduce your bounce rate and increase visitor engagement, it’s essential that your web pages load quickly and seamlessly.

Moving your website to a better host is one of the option. Virtual Private Servers and dedicated servers are much faster. Another approach is to rent dedicated cloud resource from AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google, or other public cloud provider. Serverless architecture is yet another option that removes maintenance and server set up procedures altogether

Any experience with site speed?